Luke’s Locker Room

The best time of the year is finally here. Christmastime is great and all, but bowl season is upon us, and that means there are 41 football games in a span of 24 days. My body is ready. Personally, one of my favorite things about Christmas break is doing absolutely nothing but watching football for hours on end. In its […]

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Luke’s Locker Room

Nine weeks into the college football season, we are finally starting to see which teams are setting themselves apart from the rest in their march to the College Football Playoff. You may call it SEC bias since I am from the South, but the Alabama Crimson Tide are head and shoulders above every other team in college football. It’s not […]

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The boys of spring

Offense beats defense in football team’s annual spring game Spring has finally arrived in Lynchburg, bringing with it warm air, allergies and … football? Yes, football. The Liberty Flames football team held its annual spring game April 16 at Williams Stadium in which the offensive unit defeated the defensive squad, 57-46. The offense scored on the final drive of the […]

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Everything has changed

The Liberty football season ends much differently than it did one year ago Though the 2015 season may have ended sooner than the Liberty Flames football team had hoped, it was a season full of at least individual achievement and some firsts for the program. The team finished 6-5 overall and 3-3 in conference play, missing the playoffs a year […]

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Nates Notes

It was a Thursday night, Nov. 5. The University of Missouri Tigers fell to a fellow SEC team, the Mississippi State Bulldogs, 31-13. The Tigers dropped to 4-5 on the year and began preparations for next week’s matchup against the BYU Cougars … or so they thought. Meanwhile, off the field, a crisis in the community was about to boil […]

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Flames clip Hawks

D.J. Abnar carries the Flames to their fourth-straight victory Two games. That is all the Liberty Flames football team (7-3, 3-0 Big South) currently needs to win in order to reclaim the Big South Championship after defeating the Monmouth Hawks (5-4, 0-3 Big South), 34-24, Nov. 8. After Monmouth deferred the coin toss, Flames quarterback Josh Woodrum took the field […]

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Tich’s Take

College football has always been crazy. From Doug Flutie, to the Stanford trombone player, to last year’s Iron Bowl, it has always boasted the best regular season in sports. A playoff threatened to screw everything up. With more teams having a shot at the title come postseason, there was a possibility that the importance of the regular season would be […]

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